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  •  Most airline pilots are paid only for time in the air, which doesn’t include time spent getting to and from the airport, performing preflight duties, or waiting for delayed planes.[Airplane]

  •  In 2002, a man tried to smuggle two pygmy monkeys in his underwear onto a plane. He was sentenced to 57 days in jail.[Airplane]

  •  In the United States, 2 million passengers board more than 30,000 flights—every day.[Airplane]

  •  Often dubbed the “Father of Aviation,” in 1799 English aviator George Cayley (1773–1857) built the first glider that could go short distances. His early work helped inventors understand the dynamics of flight, and the Wright Brothers acknowledged his importance.[Airplane]

  •  A jet’s contrails (or white trails) consist of water vapor and can be used to predict the weather. A thin, shorter tail indicates low humidity and fair weather. A thick, longer lasting tail signifies the early indication of a storm.[Airplane]

  •  The world’s largest passenger plane is the Airbus A380. It is a double-decker four-engine jetliner. It made its first flight on April 27, 2005.[Airplane]

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